Preston social support groups
Social groups can help you connect with others who may be experiencing similar experiences of grief or loneliness. Group support can help you feel less alone and can improve mental health. The groups listed aren’t specifically bereavement support but are social opportunities where you’ll receive a friendly welcome and can meet other people.
(If you’re looking for bereavement support groups in Preston, please click here)
- @Home Community Café and wellbeing hub
Providing activities and training which enable people to grow and develop resilience, whilst offering a place of safety and welcome for anybody to build friendships, inclduing craft sessions, walks, a six-week Wellbeing Journey and more.
More information and weekly activities are listed here / Locations in Ashton, Cottam and Ingol are listed here
- Caritas Care at Plungington Community Centre
A central hub providing a range of activities and entertainment for people of all ages to improve health and wellbeing and reduce social isolation. More details here.
- Tanterton Village Centre
Committed to supporting local people to access resources and develop skills to create a flourishing community; activities include Brunch Club, Friendship Groups, and more. More details here.
- Christ Church Fulwood
Community groups including a weekly craft session and a monthly Cake and Company Cafe. More details here.
- Fulwood Library – various groups and activities
Activities such as Knit and Natters, reading groups, Poetry Circle, a Cuppa and a Quiz, Family History Group, Chaps Who Chat, and more. More details here.
- Sharoe Green Library Coffee Morning
More details here.
- Ribbleton Library – various groups and activities
Activities such as Cuppa and a Quiz, Knit and Natter, Creative Colouring Club and more. More details here.
- Welcome Wednesdays at Fulwood Methodist Church
More details here.
- Brew Time at St Lawrence with St Paul’s Church, Longridge
A chance for people to meet in relaxed surroundings whilst enjoying hot or cold drinks, toast, crumpets and quite often the odd cake or two. More details here.
- Women’s Walking Group, once a month
This friendly female walking group, (for women in their early-twenties to mid-forties) is an opportunity to meet and enjoy a walk in various locations in and around the Preston area, such as Brockholes. For more information, please contact Shima Maka by email: email@example.com